Strange similarity of artifacts from different continents

Ancient Peru and Göbekli Tepe in Southeast Turkey have some amazing similarities in stone construction and carving technique.


Turkey Göbekli Tepe
At 6,500 years older than Stonehenge and 7,000 years before the pyramids were constructed, a cult megalithic complex sat atop the hills near current day Sanliurfa, in southeast Turkey. Göbekli Tepe was flourishing an astonishing 12,000 – 14,000 years ago, and today, the preserved remains still exhibits high degrees of sophistication and megalithic engineering skill.

Göbekli Tepe, Turkey, with Graham Hancock, Andrew Collins & Hugh Newman on the ‘Origins’ Tour

This video was filmed and edited by Hugh Newman on the ‘Origins of Civilization’ tour organised by Megalithomania and Andrew Collins, with special guest Graham Hancock.

Göbekli Tepe
Cup-marks and a pillar base at Göbekli Tepe

So there are three types of relief carvings at Göbekli Tepe. The 3D high-relief, the shallow reliefs of animals, ‘H’s, and the humanoid arms and belts, plus a rougher style that occurs on the later levels, although incredibly, this still dates to around 8,000 years old.

Left: ‘Urfa Man, as Sanliurfa Museum, Turkey. Right: Statue in San Jose Museum, Costa Rica
Left: ‘Urfa Man, as Sanliurfa Museum, Turkey. Right: Statue in San Jose Museum, Costa Rica

The striking similarity of culture of ancient people from Costa Rica and Turkey

Top left: Totem statue from Gobekli Tepe. Top right: Statue at San Jose Museum, Costa Rica. Bottom: Culpa tower at Cutimbo, Peru.

Top left: Close up of relief on Lapped funerary board, Costa Rica. Top right: Gobekli Tepe. Bottom left: Sulawesi, Indonesia. Bottom right: Cutimbo, Peru.

As can be seen Eurasia culture intersects with the cultures of America.

But this still does not stop, ancient aliens have a general plan in antiquity.

General trends imposed on the people, even the distant islands of isolation.
Here’s an example of Easter Island.

Easter Island, Nevali Cori, Turkey.
Left: relief on a platform on Easter Island. Right: Similar carving from Nevali Cori, Turkey.